Morning, everyone. I’m sorry for being away for so long. I assure you I’m still alive!

Early this year, I went on hiatus. I didn’t realize I would be putting my writing career on hold for so long. I thought I’d be back straight after the summer. If I haven’t mentioned it yet, I was on a paid internship for eight weeks out of the summer. It was much-needed income for me. I’ve been broke forever 😛 but it gets harder every year.

As I’ve said before, I didn’t become a fiction author for money. Sure, it’d be nice to make a good income working only for myself. Unfortunately, with my limited resources I’ve never been able to afford editing services or advertising. I still kept on writing, though, because I like it. I haven’t come up with lots of ideas lately, but the ones I do have are pretty great. I have an idea for a romance involving a contract killer, and another with a girl who has special powers. There’s also Project Obsidian

About that last one, I’m officially canceling it. I’m not saying I won’t ever finish it. I’m just putting it away for now. It’s a large project, much larger than any I’ve tackled before. Think of handling a book with a cast like Criminal Minds or Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. It’s not easy managing so many main characters in one book. Canceling Project Obsidian also lets me go into retirement. Yes, I’ll stop writing for the time being. I’m not getting any younger, and I really need to get a steady job if I want to continue spending time writing books. Time’s just passing really fast. I could turn 30 before I know it.

I’ve done some accomplishments this year, at least. My level of French is now pretty advanced. I can understand it really well, to the point that I just read my first book in French (Les lecteurs de pensée by Dima Zales). I understood at least 80% of it. I also took an online French level test, and it appears I’m at B1 and closely approaching B2. That’s awesome for me. I still don’t have much practice speaking, but my comprehension level is advanced.

So, this is it. I’m putting away my pen indefinitely. I really hope I come back sooner rather than later. Writing books was something I really enjoyed. I’ll see what time brings. Au revoir!



Good morning, everyone! A new year has started, and I’m already looking forward to what it could bring. As I mentioned recently, I’m working on a new science-fiction adventure. Other than that, I’ve published three other books. The first one, Dream Date, was released in 2014. That remains my only series so far. I have hopes of continuing it, but that’s unfortunately not in the plans at the moment.

I haven’t written a post like this before. Planning for the year is not something I usually do, not really. Sure, I do plan certain things in my head. I just don’t put it on a list, though. I’m not really an agenda kind of guy. I wanted to share my goals for the year, though. In no particular order: Continue reading


Halloween’s already around the corner. Everyone else is already looking forward to it, buying costumes and sweets. My family and I don’t celebrate it, though. I just use it as an excuse to wear a costume. I don’t have one this year, at least not now. Maybe I’ll buy one after I publish this post.

As far as work is concerned, I’ve been writing as often as I could. I admittedly had a short writing slump a few months ago, though. Besides, most of my time was spent planning. I wanted to publish a new book this year, but I canceled one I was writing early on. That one is not Dream Date #3. I’m not sure when I’ll revisit that series, but I would really like to. For now, I’m focused on the sci-fi genre. I’m working on a new book dealing with advanced technology and genetics. The special thing about this one is that it will most likely be released as a serial. I think that format would be fitting for this story. A weekly serial would be too slow, though, so I’m looking at releasing episodes at least twice a week.

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The time’s finally here again. It’s been several months (almost a full year) since the last time I did a cover reveal. Today, it will be for my latest work, In A Greater Reality. My new book will be standalone and is a sci-fi romance. As such, it has no connection to any of my previous books. I’m glad to have had the chance to work on this new book at last. It’s an idea I’ve been itching to work on.
Without further ado, I’ll present to you the official cover art for In A Greater Reality. I think it suits the book rather well. I took a risk setting up the title like that, and I hope it’s not jarring to anyone. None of the characters are featured, but this is much more a sci-fi book than a romance. Here it is: Continue reading



Good morning! Today, it’s my pleasure to reveal the first information about the book I’ve been working on. This one has been really great fun to write. I find technology fascinating, and there’s a lot of it in my new book. One piece of tech in particular has a key role to play. It’s pretty exciting, so I’m going to reveal it later. Continue reading



This is it! Today’s March 24, which means that Devoted to Her is now available at Amazon. If you purchased it during the pre-order period, it should be on your Kindle by now. This is a direct sequel to Dream Date, which I published last August. Devoted to Her concludes the story of Nathan Ferland and Amanda Tilley. I’ve also included some bits about the origin story of a certain character. You’d have to read the book to find out who it is.
For the meantime, the Dream Date series is exclusive to Kindle. Sales on other platforms were negligible, so I decided to take advantage of the KDP benefits. These far outweigh having the book available everywhere, at least for now. When the books return to other ebook stores, I’ll post an update.
To celebrate the release of Devoted to Her, the first book in the series is available for $0.99 for a limited time. I recommend that you read the books in order, although it’s not absolutely necessary. You’ll be able to immerse yourself in the world of Devoted to Her even if you haven’t read the previous book.
Have a good day!


It’s here at last! A week ago, I revealed the title and synopsis for Devoted to Her, the novel I’ve been working on. As I mentioned, it is the sequel to last year’s Dream Date. This second installment concludes the story of Amanda Tilley and Nathan Ferland. They’re going to face significantly tougher challenges than they did in the previous book. Today, I’m proud to unveil the finished cover art for Devoted to Her. Here it is: Continue reading